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Love Lane Lives - the boys & girls from the whitestuff

Love Lane Lives

The history of sugar in Liverpool and the effects of the closure of the Tate & Lyle sugar refinery, Love Lane

The Love Lane Lives Weblog

Mr Cube went down to Georgia

I’ve been in Athens, Georgia USA talking about the downsized Mr Cube and could hardly resist the urge to say a little bit more about how the (so called) “socialist hydra” he helped defeat in 1949/1950, is nothing to compare with BIG SUGAR in America today.

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Posted by Ron Noon in Beyond The Lane on Sunday, March 28th 2010

2010,  Bloggers Block, Keele WAGs and THE real PRICE OF SUGAR!

The blogger has been unblocked and so here we go again for 2010.

Below is a picture of the cane fields and the remarkable champion of the poor and dispossessed, Father Christopher Hartley.


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Posted by Ron Noon in Sugar and Globalisation on Thursday, February 04th 2010

A Happy and Healthy Christmas to everyone, from the Boys and Girls from Love Lane Lives.

It’s just after 11pm and I’ve got presents to wrap like most people on the threshold of the 25th December. This blog and website was my best ever   present for 2008 and a year on it continues to remind people of the extraordinary ordinary lives of the girls and boys from the whitestuff. 


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Posted by Ron Noon in on Thursday, December 24th 2009

Lord Cube in Liverpool 60 years ago tonight!

Leonard Lyle, was more than just the powerful chairman of Tate & Lyle and friend of Winston Churchill and Brendan Bracken. His pedigree of Lord Lyle of Westbourne translated very easily into “Lord Cube” and journalists hungry for copy were amazed by the mounting success of his Mr Cube anti-nationalisation campaign.On December 8th 1949 he traversed north to Tate & Lyle’s spiritual home and left this website with a PRIMARY SOURCE from THE TIMES.


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Posted by Ron Noon in On The Lane on Tuesday, December 08th 2009

It was ten years ago and a day that Tate & Lyle told the PR band to play…

It’s ten years ago today…, but I vividly remember contacting the doyen of local Liverpool journalists, David Charters, and relaying him the facts about the sad LAST SUPPER ON LIME STREET! He followed it up with a “cracker” of a full page 3 on December 3rd 1999.

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Posted by Ron Noon in On The Lane on Thursday, December 03rd 2009

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